New deadlines for investment advisors under the Dodd-Frank legislation could be extended into 2012, according to a new letter from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The new letter, dated April 8, comes from Robert E. Plaze, associate director for regulation of the Division of Investment Management at the SEC and is addressed to David Massey, deputy securities administrator at the North Carolina Securities Division and president of the North American Securities Administrators Association.

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